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CMDE is committed to a mission of inclusion and strives to make dance training, performance opportunities, and concert attendance available to everyone.

If you need information on scholarship and work-study opportunities, please go to the Scholarships/Workstudy page.

The main level of CMDE’s facility, including a large studio that doubles as an informal performance space, the office, one restroom, and the parking lot, are all wheelchair accessible. All CMDE classes can accommodate wheelchairs, as well as other physical disabilities, including but not limited to mobility impairments, vision, and hearing impairments. CMDE also makes every effort to select accessible venues when presenting performances.

(Please note: a small number of weekend classes are held in the downstairs studio, which requires the navigation of stairs; please check the schedule and call us if you have questions.)

CMDE runs Moving Experience classes for students with developmental disabilities, and people with developmental disabilities can also take regular classes, as appropriate to their skill and experience level.

Large-print and electronic versions of documents are available upon request.

CMDE’s philosophy of inclusion also extends to older adults, adult beginners, and other “non-traditional” dance students. We have dancers of all ages, sizes, and ability levels, and can assist you in finding a class suitable to your individual needs.

CMDE also offers specialized outreach programs for various populations, including seniors, people with disabilities, youth-at-risk, people with special health concerns, and others.

Please contact us if you have any questions about accommodations, need help finding the right class, or provide more information about outreach programs.

The Center for Modern Dance Education (CMDE) does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission or access to, or employment in, its services, programs, and activities. Upon request, accommodation will be provided to allow individuals with disabilities to participate in CMDE’s services, programs, and activities. CMDE has a designated coordinator to facilitate compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), as required by Section 35.107 of the US Department of Justice Regulations, and to coordinate compliance with Sections 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. CMDE makes it a priority to establish a work place and environment that embraces the spirit of the law to ensure an optimal experience for all. Upon request, information will be made available in alternate formats.